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2009 Giuseppe Nada Barbaresco Riserva Casot


  • Italy
  • Piedmont
  • Langhe
  • Barbaresco
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Community Tasting Notes 6

  • lozatron Likes this wine:

    May 8, 2021 - May 2021 “Running” Club Outdoor Vintage Pairs Evening (Outside by the firepit in Icy West London): Colour - ruby just a hint of bricking. On the nose - somewhat muted, but we were outside and things were starting to cool down, and there was still a hint of forest fruits and perhaps the faintest whiff of incense. On the palate - a little heat and alcohol but over all a very well balanced, more than a little delicious Barbaresco. Preferred it to the 10, which surprised me, having tasted both recently (although not side by side). This was the group’s WOTN, and my #3.

  • Mhbeaune Likes this wine: 90 points

    April 18, 2021 - Interesting nose on opening. In the mouth a little tart and tannins are up front but not out of balance and then the bitter cherries come through with a little smokiness.

  • Ian S wrote:

    August 31, 2017 - Relatively pale colour (no bad thing in my book), but still quite youthful hue.

    Subdued nose, with primary cherry/cherry menthol and a touch of vanillan oak.

    Perhaps unsurprisingly a little tough on the palate, though as much for the biting acidity as for the tannins lurking behind. Some heat from the alcohol (14.5%) as well.

    Definitely worth leaving alone for another 5-10 years. I do think it will improve, but I'm not convinced it will ever greatly appeal.

    [Edit - a large glass consumed two days later - not showing signs of oxidation, and a little more open, though a little heat is a concern.

  • HueBreCellars wrote: 80 points

    December 27, 2016 - This may have been consumed early but another flatline from our European expansion. A 24 hour decant definitely made a big difference and expanded the herbaceous and earth profiles with deep red and stone fruit and soften tannins. However the depth of flavour was shallow and the finish was quick and disappointing.

  • MoreWinePlease Likes this wine: 90 points

    February 6, 2014 - Tried this at a retail tasting a couple months ago against some pricey Barbarescos that I didn't enjoy as much. Bought a couple bottles and popped the first one tonight. Medium light body, not highly extracted with nose of ripe red/black cherries that slid nicely into a fruity midpalate with light but noticeable tannins and a clean and dry finish. Good with food. Hey it's not an '85 Gaja/Sori Tilden, but then it doesn't cost $400 and drinks better than many $50 reds I've had in the past year. I think I should seek out a few more very good and relatively inexpensive (under$20-$30) Italian wines to stock up on...

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  • By Walter Speller
    5/14/2014 (link)

    (Giuseppe Nada, Casot Riserva Barbaresco Red) Subscribe to see review text.

Wine Definition

  • Vintage 2009
  • Type Red
  • Producer Giuseppe Nada
  • Varietal Nebbiolo
  • Designation Riserva
  • Vineyard Casot
  • Country Italy
  • Region Piedmont
  • SubRegion Langhe
  • Appellation Barbaresco
  • UPC Code 894510002216

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  • In Cellars 26 (58%)
  • Consumed 19 (42%)

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